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Carol I Hoenig

@choenig

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Carol Hoenig was named Best of Long Island Author 2012 by the Long Island Press and Outstanding Advocate for the Arts 2013 by the Long Island Arts Council. ForeWord Magazine awarded WITHOUT GRACE Book of the Year 2005. ForeWord Magazine awarded THE AUTHOR’S GUIDE TO PLANNING BOOK EVENTS gold medal for Book of the Year. Arianna Huffington invited Carol to contribute to ON BECOMING FEARLESS. Tory Johnson, ABC’s Good Morning America’s workplace contributor, published Carol’s essay in WILL WORK FROM HOME. Snow Angels and Somersaults, was a finalist for the 2007 Spring/Summer Glass Woman Prize. “Wild Horses and Young Stallions” was selected for the anthology LOST LESSONS FROM LIFE ON A FARM. Carol is working on her sixth novel and has a podcast, Wildflowers Podcast: Books, Booze and Banter. You may find out more about the author at carolhoenig.com.

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  1. Here are links to the 3 segments to Wildflowers Podcast: Books, Booze and Banter #74 : #1 : After a quite a bit of bantering about numerous topics, Carol introduces the wine, Rex Mundi #2 : Peggy shares her thoughts on the novel, “The Reformatory” by Tananarive Due. #3 : Judy’s topic is
  2. Madame Restell: The Life, Death, and Resurrection of Old New York's Most Fabulous, Fearless, and Infamous Abortionist

    Wildflowers Podcast: Books, Booze and Banter #74 , Part 3: Judy’s topic is Madame Restell, who was born in 1812 and is someone Judy discovered after reading Jennifer Wright’s nonfiction book: “Madame Restell: The Life, Death, and Resurrection of Old New York's Most Fabulous, Fearl
  3. Reviewing "The Reformatory"

    Wildflowers Podcast: Books, Booze and Banter #74 Part 2 Peggy reviews “The Reformatory” by Tananarive Due. She describes it as heartbreaking, disturbing, well-written and deserving 5 out of 5 wildflowers. #wildflowerspodcastbooksboozebanter #bookstagrammer #bookreview #fiction #n
  4. How Carol Came to Her Senses

    Wildflowers Podcast: Books, Booze and Banter #73 , Part 3: Carol shares how time, study and serious thought brought her to what she now believes when it comes to religion in this latest podcast. #religion #faith #atheist #agnostic #podcast
  5. Wildflowers Podcast: Books, Booze and Banter

    Before we move on to Wildflowers Podcast: Books, Booze and Banter #73 , why not check out #72 parts 1,2 and 3? Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: #podcast #books #booze #banter #bookdiscussion #bookreview #winetasting
  6. In Honor of Women's History Month: Nellie Bly

    Wildflowers Podcast: Books, Booze and Banter #72 , Part 3 Peggy did the topic in honor of Women’s History Month and discusses just who Nellie Bly was. Without a doubt, a powerful woman before her time. Very fascinating! #wildflowerspodcastbooksboozebanter #podcast #nelliebly #wome
  7. Reviewing "Legal Briefs: The Ups and Downs of Life in the Law"

    Wildflowers Podcast: Books, Booze and Banter #72 , Part 2 It was Carol’s turn to share the book for review, “Legal Briefs: The Ups and Downs of Life in the Law” edited by Roger M. Witten. Full disclosure: She is doing publicity for this entertaining and fascinating book, but wants
  8. Reviewing "My Year of Rest and Relaxation" by Ottessa Moshfegh

    Wildflowers Podcast: Books, Booze and Banter #71 Part 2: Peggy reviews "My Year of Rest and Relaxation" by Ottessa Moshfegh, which the publisher describes as a shocking, hilarious and strangely tender novel about a young woman's experiment in narcotic hibernation, aided and abett
  9. The History of the Ku Klux Klan

    In their latest podcast, Carol shared the dark topic, the history of the Ku Klux Klan: #racism #Racist #KKK #hatred #podcast #wildflowerspodcastbooksboozebanter #Discussion
  10. Book Review

    Before Judy reviewed Daniel Mason’s “North Woods,” Carol raved about the short documentary “The Last Repair Shop” not knowing that it would win an Academy award last night! Why not give a listen to the Wildflowers’ latest podcast found here: #podcast #bookreview #bookrecommendat
  11. Wine Tasting

    The wine? Trus tempranillo. One of the bantering topics? If you had a crystal ball, what would you like to know? #podcast #wildflowerspodcastbooksboozebanter #winetasting #tempranillo
  12. WIldflowers Podcast #70

    In their latest podcast, Carol researched and discussed the history of the Ku Klux Klan, but prior to that the Wildflowers tasted Peggy’s wine selection and Judy reviewed Daniel Mason’s “North Woods.” Why not check out what these three women have to say? #racism #podcast #bookrev
  13. Publicity Can Be Rewarding...

    Over the last 30 years or so, I’ve worn many different hats while my first love is writing; however, it’s the opportunity of getting to work on books like this one that makes doing publicity and marketing a close second. #publicist #law #lawyers #nonfiction #essays #Marketing
  14. Reviewing "The Engineer's Wife"

    One thing can be certain for each Wildflowers Podcast: A book will be reviewed. This time it is Carol’s selection: “The Engineer’s Wife” by Tracey Enerson Wood. If you like historical fiction with some facts thrown in, you may like this: #bookreview #bookrecommendations #podcast
  15. Wine Tasting with the Wildflowers

    udy selected the wine for tasting due to its label in episode #69 . Did the Wildflowers like it? Find out here: #podcast #winetasting #portugal #portugalwine #wildflowerspodcastbooksboozebanter #winelabel #winelabeldesign
  16. Wildflowers Podcast#69

    In their latest episode, Judy brings the wine with a colorful label, Carol reviews "The Engineer's Wife" by Tracey Enerson Wood and Peggy discusses Capital Punishment. #podcast #bookreview #winetasting
  17. Some of the bantering in the Wildflowers latest podcast: If you could choose, how would you want to die? Watching old game shows: To Tell the Truth and What’s My Line. Judy discovers a new word: harridan and learning to say “I love you” without embarrassment. #podcast #wildflower
  18. How do an artichoke jar, a turkey baster and a broken agreement become "The Case of a Lifetime," for a successful attorney who was selected for the Crain's list of New York's Notable Women in law in 2023? Read Harriet Newman Cohen's essay in Legal Briefs: The Ups and Downs of Lif
  19. Choice In Education?

    Choice in Education? Judy talks about that very topic in episode #68 after discovering a pending US Senate resolution 531 in congress where they want to make it National School Choice Week from January 21-27th. Sounds great, right? Find out here why that may not be such a good id
  20. Book Review

    If you’re looking for a charming book that is a quick read, as well as one that has sweet messages, consider Peggy’s pick, “The Boy, The Mole, the Fox and the Horse” by Charlie Mackesy. She tells us why it’s worth our time: #wildflowerspodcastbooksboozebanter #podcast #bookreview

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